Conjoined twin girls have died in Bangladesh less than a week after they were born, the hospital treating them said Monday.
Thousands of people had flocked to visit the twins, who were born with two heads and two hearts but just one body, after news spread of the "miracle newborn" last week.
They were taken into intensive care at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Bangladesh's biggest public hospital, which set up a team of specialists to treat them.
But the head of the intensive care unit said they died late on Sunday after apparently suffering from heart failure.
"She was not in a stable condition since she was born. She died before we could intervene," said Abid Hossian Molla.
"She was a rare conjoined twins with two heads. She had two hands and two legs like any normal baby, but inside she had two hearts, two sets of lungs and shared pelvic organs."